Service & Breakdown EngineerBased in CardiffSalary £25- £27k depending on experience Working for a dynamic growing supplier and manufacturer of waste compactors and balers. A varied role which includes the servicing and maintenance of equipment, attending breakdowns, installations and de-commissioning in South Wales and the UK. Essential
Mechanical engineering apprenticeship (Time served)Fault finding of electro hydraulic circuitsMechanical fitting skillsFabricating & welding skillsUnderstanding of electrical circuits and electronic/electrical enclosuresExcellent customer service skillsClean driving licencePhysically demanding role
Inspect, operate, and test machinery and equipment to diagnose machine malfunctions and determine how to correct themEvaluate the problem and discuss with customerEstimate repair workGet approval order number/signature from customer for work to be undertaken
Perform routine preventative maintenance to ensure that machines continue to run smoothly prior to leaving site.
Inspect drives, motors, check fluid levels, replace filters, or perform other maintenance actions, following checklists.Repair or replace defective equipment parts, using hand tools and power tools, and reassemble equipmentAssemble, install or repair wiring, electrical and electronic componentsComplete appropriate work sheetComplete Condition report and necessary worksheets
Installing machines at customer sites, including 3 phase connectionsProvide machine operator training to site employeesConfer with engineers and other personnel to implement operating
Procedures and provide technical information. Requirement
Adhering to customer site Health & Safety policy making sure you have signed in and out.Completing Job specific risk assessments before commencing workAppropriate PPE clothing must be worn at all times. It’s advisable that a spare clean set of work wear is kept in the van at all times.Completing accurate engineering reportsReturning to workshop to assist engineers once all site work completedCompany vehicle is kept clean at all time
Hydraulic circuits and mechanical experience is essentialKnowledge of machines and tools, including their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance would be an advantageElectrical knowledge and an understanding of electrical circuits and electronic/electrical enclosures would be an advantage.Welding and fabricating skillsAble to identify problems and discuss with customerWillingness to take on responsibilities and challengesBe reliable, responsible, and dependable in fulfilling obligations.Job requires being pleasant with others on the job and displaying a good-natured, cooperative attitude.Job requires persistence in the face of obstaclesYou would need to be adaptable and flexible open to change
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A global leader in the advanced manufacturing of specialist products for leading-edge technology applications and due to expansion, has created a new position for a Lead Process Integration Engineer to join their expanding technology team based in Somerset. Relocation assistance is available.
The company is part of a growing US Nasdaq listed multinational company that employs over 1500 people around the world. As a result of 25%+ year on year growth, this newly created role will support the company’s move into a new purpose-built world class advanced manufacturing facility that has been commissioned and is scheduled for completion in 2018.
As the Lead Process Integration Engineer - semiconductor related manufacturing your duties will include:
• Prescribing processing methods.• Measuring and controlling process performance.• Maintaining efficient manufacturing workflow and implementing process improvements.• Developing a deep understanding of process engineering needs, methods and process equipment requirements.• Driving and improving yield throughout the manufacturing process.• Investigating operational problems affecting production – report and recommend solutions.
To be a successful Lead Process Integration Engineer - semiconductor related manufacturing you will have the following skills and experience:
• Commercial hands-on experience of process development and control in either a mainstream semiconductor device or related advanced manufacturing environment such as optoelectronics, MEMS, Power, LED etc.• A solid overview understanding of key semiconductor processes.• Degree level or above in a Science or Electronics Engineering related subject.• Understanding of basic statistics and their application in process engineering, with the ability to make effective decisions as a result of interpreting data.
In return the Integration Engineer - semiconductor related manufacturing will receive a salary of £35000 - £47000 per annum plus attractive benefits and a relocation package if required.The first stage of the application process is to apply online.
Mechanical Fitter - Based in Cardiff Monday – Friday 7.15am – 3.45pm Salary - £25k, pension. Working for a dynamic and growing supplier of compactors, balers and other waste handling equipment. A varied role which includes refurbishing, repairing and altering machinery in the workshop and on occasion assisting with the installing, de-commissioning, servicing and maintenance of equipment at customers sites in South Wales and the UK. Principal activities to be conducted will include dismantling and reassembly of machinery, hydraulic installation, steel fabrication and welding, repairs and basic electrical installations. Essential
Electrical/Mechanical engineering qualification or as a time served fitterHydraulic circuits and mechanical experienceUnderstanding of electrical circuits and electronic/electrical enclosuresBasic welding and fabrication skillsExcellent customer service skillsClean driving licenceForklift truck licence
Tasks Workshop duties
Check and refurbish hydraulic power packs and fluid control equipment including cylinder repairs and reseals and hose preparationReseal hydraulic cylindersInspect drives, motors, check fluid levels, replace filters, or perform other maintenance actions, following checklists.Repair or replace defective equipment parts, using hand tools and power tools, and reassemble equipmentFabricate and make replacement parts as requiredStrip and disassemble machineryFabricate and weld hoppers, guarding and hydraulic lift assembliesCheck and refurbish associated electrical control panels and other circuitsReassemble and test all refurbished equipmentReceive and despatch partsAbility to read engineering drawings
Assemble, install or repair wiringComplete condition reports and necessary worksheets
Hydraulic circuits and mechanical experience is essentialKnowledge of machines and tools, including their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance would be an advantageElectrical experience and an understanding of electrical circuits and electronic/electrical enclosures.Welding and fabrication skillsFault finding abilityAttention to detail essentialWillingness to take on responsibilities and challengesBe reliable, responsible, and dependable in fulfilling obligation
Job requires persistence in the face of obstaclesYou would need to be adaptable and open to changeFlexibility as occasionally the role would require duties outside the normal scope of mechanical fitter to assist the business where required.100% team player who’s willing to work outside the core hours in order to achieve tight deadlines.Must have a ‘can do’ attitude and be resourceful in getting the job done.
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